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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Spokane Airport awaits Congress before decisions affecting future operations

The Spokane International Airport celebrated its sixth straight year of growth last year, when almost 4 million people traveled through its gates, but the growing number of passengers canceling flights to avoid exposure to COVID-19 could halt that upward trend. Several of the six passenger airlines serving Spokane – Alaska, American, Delta, Southwest, United and Frontier – have been forced to cancel, consolidate or reschedule thousands of flights worldwide because of virus-driven government restrictions or decline in passengers.

Spokane International Airport breaks record for passengers in 2019

Spokane International Airport set a new record for passenger activity in 2019, exceeding more than 4 million travelers for the first time in its history. It’s the third consecutive year of record-breaking passenger traffic at the airport, which reported a 2.9% increase in passengers flying in and out of Spokane compared with 2018.